If your PC is already connected on the same LAN of the FOX board simply click on the following URL:
The default home page is located on /usr/html/index.html. This file is saved into a read only folder so you cannot change its contents. To change the default home page or add new ones you have to use the read/write folder /usr/html/local.
Try to edit the default home page from your web browser using editcgi.cgi. This is a cgi located in /usr/html/admin-bin useful to edit ASCII files saved in the FOX Board filesystem directly from the web. To edit index.html use this link:
Delete the previous html code and write something like "Hello World !", then change the contents in the Save as field in /usr/html/local/index.html and press Save file button.
Now show your new web page using this URL http://192.168.0.90/local .
The BOA configuration file is locate on /etc/httpd/conf/boa.conf.
You can edit it using this URL:
The DocumentRoot parameter defines the public folder used by the web server for the web pages.
Change this line:
then save and restart the BOA server from a Telnet console with the command:
# /etc/init.d/httpd restart
Try now the default web page:
In the official BOA web site (http://www.boa.org/) is it possible to found a lot of documentation about this small and fast webserver.
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